The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater turned back the clock on Friday night with the 'I Love the 90s' tour, which featured some of the top artists from two decades ago. The show closed with a wild performance by Vanilla Ice as fans climbed on stage to snap selfies and shake booties with the rapper.

About two songs into the performance, Vanilla Ice took off a jacket to reveal a Mark Ingram jersey with the 2009 BCS Championship Game patch on the shoulder. As you can imagine, the packed house erupted.

And upon closer inspection, the rapper even had the jersey autographed by the former Heisman Trophy winner.

There were mixed reactions on Twitter about whether Crimson Tide fans should celebrate or cringe, but Vanilla Ice entertained the city of Tuscaloosa on Friday night and showed Alabama a lot of love.